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Expect more drug killings throughout the term of President Duterte, who admitted yesterday that he had miscalculated the extent of the drug menace and his capability to stop it.

Cockfighting, a favorite Filipino pastime, might be banned for two weeks in Pampanga as part of measures to contain avian flu.

The Department of Foreign Affairs yesterday urged the more than 10 million Filipinos overseas to be vigilant following the recent foiled terror attacks in Russia and a fatal shooting incident in Burkina Faso.

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Former Social Welfare and Development Secretary Judy Taguiwalo on Thursday said she wants to know the reason why the congressional Commission on Appointments rejected her ad interim appointment.

The Malacañang on Thursday assured the public that the recent series of police operations in Bulacan will be investigated.

At least 20 people were killed in different areas in Manila overnight in supposed confrontations with police, adding to the increasing death toll in President Rodrigo Duterte's controversial war on drugs.

“One of these days, kayong human rights, kayong imbestigahan ko. Conspiracy. If they are obstructing justice, you shoot them.”

Sunvar Realty Development Corp., the property company of the Rufino and Prieto families, said yesterday it would vacate the Mile Long property in Makati City, in compliance with an order of the Makati City regional trial court.

The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas yesterday allayed fears over the effect of the peso’s depreciation, saying this would have “limited impact” on the economy.

Amid the controversy over the smuggling of P6.4 billion worth of shabu, President Duterte stands by Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon, whose bureau is being investigated by the Senate and the House over the issue.

President Duterte wants the country to enter into joint exploration with China in both disputed and undisputed areas in the West Philippine Sea, Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano said yesterday.

A magistrate of the Supreme Court is willing to testify on the impeachment charges against Chief Justice Ma. Lourdes Sereno should the trial against her proceed.

The Bureau of Internal Revenue has started its investigation on the alleged tax evasion committed by Commission on Elections Chairman Andres Bautista.

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